05 Mar '12, 2am

Yesterday.sg » Blog Archive » Beautiful paintings of Singapore history: Check out the art exhibition 'Collective...

showcases the way Mr. Aw recorded the changing landscape, by interpreting these changes through the use of fine brushworks and bold colors. The beautiful paintings in various mediums such as water colour, oil, acrylic, charcoal and even wood block print will be on display at the Fullerton heritage Gallery from the now till the 30th March

Full article: http://yesterday.sg/art-discover-more/beautiful-paintings...

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